Project Bluebeam Accused in Floating City Over China
In early October, a video was posted to Youtube allegedly showing the appearance of a full metropolitan skyline in the clouds over the city of Foshan in China. Somewhere between the raising eyebrows and dropping jaws, the questions started to flow along with a stream of hypothetical explanations. Many dismissed the brief footage as an obvious hoax, questioning unsubstantiated claims of thousands of witnesses and only one grainy video despite the magnitude of the event. Others pointed to the natural phenomenon of fata morgana; rays of light bent in just such a way as to create a mirage floating above the horizon line. However, the placement of the cityscape in plumes of clouds high above Foshan seemed to throw some doubt onto the fata morgana theory. A select few hypothesized that the appearance of the city was actually a glimpse into a parallel universe, perpetrated by the Chinese government’s experiments with a Large Hadron Collider. Yet, many turned to the floating city as proof of a classic conspiracy theory; a sinister strategy involving mass manipulation and projected religion called Project Bluebeam.
Project Bluebeam Phase I: Cleaning the Slate of Religion
Project Bluebeam’s preamble opts for a bang over a whisper, using orchestrated earthquakes at strategically chosen locales across the globe. These synthetic earthquakes are intended to dislodge planted artifacts that major media would then use to discredit established popular religions such as Christianity and Islam. The goal behind this ambitious initial undertaking of Project Bluebeam is to wipe the slate clean on religion, leaving behind aimless, directionless people primed in desperation for a new messiah.
Project Bluebeam Phase II: The Universal Messiah
At this point, the New World Order, illuminati, NASA, the United Nations, and any other suspected powers-that-be behind Project Bluebeam will pull out the smoke and mirrors for a worldwide multimedia show relying heavily on holograms to introduce planet earth to their new religion. The 3-dimensional holograms will mimic the accepted figureheads of earth’s multitude of religions and communicate to earth’s denizens in all languages. The spectacle will ultimately culminate in each of the holograms transforming into one image; that of the charlatan selected to be the beloved universal god sanctioned by the orchestrators behind Project Bluebeam.
Project Bluebeam Phase III: Synthetic Telepathy
If anyone remains skeptical through the first two phases of Project Bluebeam, Phase III pits the individual against his/her own mind. Using advanced technology, a team of high-clearance technicians will manipulate ultra-low frequency radio waves to facilitate a synthesized telepathy. This technology will basically allow the team to transmit and receive messages, conversing with an individual through his/her mind. Masquerading as the new messiah, the team will design unique relationships between individuals and the fabricated god in a way that seems too personal to be disputed.
Project Bluebeam Phase IV: Organized Chaos
While the preceding phases of Project Bluebeam have all been focused to some degree, the 4th phase is only targeted in intention with the components of the phase itself based in unadulterated chaos. The holograms will be fired up yet again to stage a full scale extraterrestrial invasion, striking major cities across the world. Using yet another example of undocumented technology, a machine will be used to enact the Rapture with selected individuals being levitated away from their loved ones. Believers have claimed early tests of this technology were used in what some perceived as alien abductions. Another prong on this crowning phase of chaos finds the manipulation of electronics around the world to easier accommodate the illusion of supernatural forces at play, creating a state of fear and disorientation. This anarchic stage of Project Bluebeam is intended to send the masses running and screaming into the protective arms of the New World Order.
Project Bluebeam gained popularity among conspiracy theorists after investigative journalist Serge Monast published the theory to the general public in 1994. However, believers of the theory often cite passages from fellow conspiracy theorist William Cooper’s 1991 book Behold a Pale Horse as earlier evidence of Project Bluebeam. Cooper possibly summarizes the philosophy behind such a grandiose, over-the-top conspiracy, writing, “Can you imagine what will happen if Los Angeles is hit with a 9.0 quake, New York City is destroyed by a terrorist-planted atomic bomb, World War III breaks out in the Middle East, the banks and the stock markets collapse, Extraterrestrials land on the White House lawn, food disappears from the markets, some people disappear, the Messiah presents himself to the world, and all in a very short period of time? Can you imagine? The world power structure can, and will if necessary, make some or all of those things happen to bring about the New World Order.” Of course, Project Bluebeam, if it truly exists in any form, could be severely underestimating the power of people’s faiths. If a shadow organization is really planning on wrenching popularly established religions from the masses, it may take more than smoke, mirrors, and even a floating city in the clouds.